T. Gertler

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T. Gertler is an American novelist and freelance writer. She is the author of several short stories and the screenplay for Convention Girls, a film produced in 1978. She has composed one novel titled Elbowing the Seducer which was published in 1984. Over the course of her career, Gertler has aspired to be known as a writer and not just as a "woman writer."

Gertler has also contributed to several prominent publications such as Esquire, Rolling Stone Magazine, and New York Woman. Her short story In Case of Survival was chosen for publication in the Best American Short Stories anthology and the O. Henry Awards Collection in 1980.

Gertler currently holds memberships with the Writers Guild of America, the Authors Guild, and P.E.N.

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